Monthly Archive: July 2011

Many Policy Makers Miss the Point on Testing!

In a recent AJC article regarding the cheating debacle in Atlanta Public Schools, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said: “the Atlanta situation was “deeply disturbing,” but he disagrees with people who say a greater emphasis on testing will cause more cheating. Students need to be evaluated, he said, and what leads to great test …

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STOP Struggling! START Performing!

JumpStart Camps begin soon! Space is Limited! Don’t Delay! For Students who have struggled with previous math classes, new class curriculum may prove to be more difficult. Even students who have done well in the past may have forgotten some content which may make building upon it difficult. Did you like this? Share it:

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